Lisa Moren

Lisa Moren


Professor - University of Maryland Baltimore County (USA)

Intermedia / Digital Art



Lisa Moren is a multi-disciplinary artist who works with emerging media, interactive installation, AR/XR generating works on paper, screens and live cross-species artworks. Lisa Moren has exhibited her work at the Chelsea Art Museum, the Creative Time summit, and the Drawing Center viewing program in New York City and in Brooklyn, the Cranbrook Art Museum and international venues including uShaka Museum [South Africa], Ars Electronica [Austria], and Akademie der Kunste [Germany], and the Artists Research Network [Australia] and anticipated one-person exhibition at the Peale Museum [Baltimore, USA]. She received the National Endowment for the Arts award, is a Fulbright Scholar to Czech Republic; a multi-year recipient of the Maryland State Arts Council and CEC Artslink International and the Saul Zaentz Innovation Fellowship in Film and Media at Johns Hopkins University, R.W. Deutsch Foundation. Her work has been featured in the Guardian, The Washington Post, B’More Art, LINK, and her writing has appeared in Performance Research; Visible Language; Inter Arts Actuel; New Media Caucus for “Algorithmic Pollution: Artists working with Dataveillance and Societies of Control” and “CYBER IN|SECURITY”; and Issues in Contemporary Theory for “Command Z: Artists Working with Phenomena and Technology”